Category Archives: corporate personhood

  1. Hobby Lobby – Having your cake and eating it too

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    July 1, 2014 by Tamara Piety

    Before the Hobby Lobby decision came down I mused on a comment on Prawfs Blog that the case posed something …
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  2. George Zimmer and Men’s Wearhouse

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    July 12, 2013 by Tamara Piety

    The news announced last month that the ubiquitous spokesperson and founder of the men’s clothing company Men’s Wearhouse (“You’re gonna …
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  3. Tim Wu – The Right To Avoid Regulation

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    July 4, 2013 by Tamara Piety

    Jeff Clements of Free Speech for People (a great organization; check out their website) forwarded this terrific article to me …
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  4. Update on Hobby Lobby and corporate freedom of religion

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    July 3, 2013 by Tamara Piety

    Well, it is official, as of last Thursday – at least according to the 10th Circuit – for-profit corporations have …
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  5. More Dove

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    June 11, 2013 by Tamara Piety

    Yet, the infamous “sketches” viral video that Dove (or I should say Unilever) circulated a couple of months back is …
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  6. McDonald’s doesn’t sell junk food…according to McDonald’s

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    June 5, 2013 by Tamara Piety

    This item appeared in the Tulsa World last month concerning criticism of its marketing practices at its annual shareholders meeting. …
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  7. NAM v. NLRB – More in the ever-expanding First Amendment rights of corporations

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    May 31, 2013 by Tamara Piety

    One of the latest fronts opened up in the corporate/commercial speech rights and corporate personhood is visible in this decision …
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